Security Technologies Provider CloudLinux Partners with Cloud Hosting Service Provider Dewaweb
November 22, 2017
Security technologies provider CloudLinux has partnered with cloud hosting service provider PT Dewaweb (Dewaweb). CloudLinux, which has headquarters in Arcadia, California, United States, offers a version of Linux which is secure, stable, and widely utilized within the hosting industry, especially amongst shared hosting providers. To date there have been around 80,000 CloudLinux installations completed. Dewaweb is CloudLinux’s first Indonesia-based partner.
Dewaweb, which has headquarters in Jakarta Barat, Jakarta, Indonesia, was established in 2014. The company bills itself as “the first cloud hosting brand in Indonesia that uses the latest technologies” including the HP Blade System alongside Solid State Disks (SSD) and LiteSpeed Enterprise. The ISO 27001-compliant company boasts a 90-day money back guarantee with a Service Level Agreement (SLA) that promises “100% uptime”. The company caters to around 20,000 customers both within Indonesia and around the world. Its partnership with CloudLinux will see Dewaweb become an official reseller of Imunify360.
Imunify360 offers machine learning technology that processes data collected from servers across the globe. The system automatically responds to global threats offering a “six-layer approach” that includes a “sophisticated self-learning firewall, malware scanning, reputation management, and other advanced features” that protect against a wide range of threats.
“Cybersecurity is an important issue that cannot be ignored in this digital era, where all your important data are at risk of being hacked or your system being interrupted by hackers, especially in the Asia Pacific region of the world,” explained Dewaweb Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Edy Budiman. “In May 2017, a massive attack by ransomware called ‘WannaCry’ has infected more than 200,000 computers in 150 countries, including Indonesia. Based on the news released by CBS News, losses caused by this ransomware were estimated to reach US$ 4 billion.”
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